A Nevada rancher appears to have backed down after threatening to open up a “range war” with the federal government -- but a horde of 'Patriots' is massing to defend him.
Fox Business channel’s Lou Dobbs Tonight recently gave far-right 'constitutionalist' sheriff Richard Mack a platform to tell viewers that in order to “save America”, county sheriffs need to refuse to obey federal gun laws.
Sentiment against the big canine predators in places like Idaho and Montana, especially among cattlemen, often borders on sheer rage.
Lawmakers in Idaho this week expanded the field of play for the far-right strategy of "nullification" by applying it to federal environmental laws.
Democratic primary voters in some Montana legislative districts will see new and unfamiliar names on the ballot this year. That’s because at least eight Democratic candidates are actually far-right “constitutionalists” and Tea Party activists.
Kyle Hunt had grand visions of thousands of white men coming out of the woodwork this weekend to stand up and defend their interests in a public march that would grab the nation’s attention. Like a lot of such plans, things didn’t exactly work out that way.
The 'Blackfish Effect' has now reached the political realm: A California lawmaker is proposing legislation that would outlaw killer-whale shows at marine parks.
It certainly made for a startling video: police, lights ablaze, pull up to local churches. Once inside, they march up to the pulpit and place the pastor preaching there under arrest.
A man arrested for seriously vandalizing a medical clinic this week in Kalispell, Mont., that performs abortions is reportedly the son of a board member of a local anti-abortion “crisis pregnancy” clinic.
Former Congressman Bob Beauprez, now running for Colorado governor, in 2012 recorded a video in which he contemplated the possibility that Americans might turn to violent revolt against the Obama administration.
Evangelical crusader Scott Lively, credited with inspiring anti-gay legislation in both Uganda and Russia, was interviewed last week on NPR’s “Tell Me More” program by host Michel Martin to discuss Uganda’s harsh new statute.
The most problematic aspect of the “religious freedom” legislation that has been proposed so far is how vague its language is and how broadly it can be applied. Indeed, each of the bills so far applies “religious freedom” not just to the issue of providing services to gays and lesbians, but conceivably to every kind of prejudice under the sun.
James Laffrey, a middle-aged man who appears to be based in Michigan, has caught people’s attention with the bloodcurdling nature of his agenda: He openly calls for the assassination of Jewish people by their white neighbors.
Frank Taaffe, a self-styled “expert” who appeared on a number of talk programs on CNN and its Headline News subsidiary to offer his views on racially charged criminal trials, has recently emerged as an entrenched figure in the far-right white supremacist movement.
The man suspected of attempting to burn down a crowded Seattle gay bar on New Year’s Eve reportedly told a confidant that he hated gay and lesbian people and thought “homosexuals should be exterminated.”